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a patch of dirt needs 3 5/6 ft of sod to cover it. If Nick decides to cover only 3/4 of the dirt, how much sod does he need?

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    (3/4) * 3 5/6
    (3/4) * (23/6) = 69/24 = 2 7/8 feet

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